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Sustainable and Inclusive Development, UNIDO's Goal to Eradicate Poverty

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The 15th session of the UNIDO general conference, which was inaugurated in Lima Monday with the presence UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon, is promoting sustainable and inclusive industrial development to eradicate poverty through greater cooperation and transfer of technology.


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